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Declarations of interest

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 Declarations

Meeting:  Thursday 8 December 2016 6.30 pm - Cabinet

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry, member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interests in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 February 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

14. Final Revenue Budget 2017/18 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2017/18 to 2019/20

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 April 2017 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

10.(c) 1/02: Suites 2 and 3, Premier House, Canning Road, Wealdstone - P/0120/17

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that the applicant was the Director of a company which had sponsored the Council’s participation in MIPIM 2017. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 27 September 2017 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(d) 2/03: Part Second and Third Floors, Premier House, Canning Road, Wealdstone - P/3123/17

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that the applicant was one of the sponsors of Harrow’s delegation to the Mipim Property Trade Show in March 2017. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.